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MSNBC
Sep 29, 2012 6:00am EDT
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MSNBC
Sep 25, 2012 9:00pm PDT
three city blocks. some people brought towels to help others dry off enough to vote. they brought sandwiches and pizzas, anything to get people to brave the long lines and vote. that was for early voting. the lines were still long on election day. one guy showed up at 6:10 in the morning and found 48 people in line ahead of him. good morning. you're number 50. enjoy the wait. that's how it went in 2008. last time florida voted. this is what the ballot looked like in 2008 in tampa. it's four pages, two pieces of paper front and back. while the people were waiting in line, this is the ballot they were waiting in line for the chance to fill out. do you want to see what the ballot looks like this year? bigger and it's six pages on three pieces of paper. they call them cards for voting, but it's six pages. there are 15 referendum questions. they are printed in full. these are not summaries. the ballot is 2500 words long. that's not even voting for people. we're talking 2500 words plus of just the other ballot questions that aren't about candidates and who is running for president and s
MSNBC
Sep 24, 2012 9:00pm PDT
raiser in salt like city. as he got on his plane to fly from california to utah, he was greeted by six people. the campaign gave reporters the names of these finance greeters. look at this. this is what they said their names were. stephanie b., brian f, stephanie b., brian f, bernice f., erin k., amy m., ron m. why is this information be kept secret? this is mitt romney's top energy adviser. you see the name there, harold hamm. mr. hamm gave just under a million bucks. are all of his advisers the ones who gave him the million bucks to get the gig. again, here we don't know. not only will mitt romney not disclose who most of his big donors are. he will not disclose who his energy advisers are. harold hamm doesn't mind having his name out there. okay. but then that's it. no other names. mr. hamm chairs a group that advises mr. romney on energy. we're not allowed to know who is in that group. we asked the romney campaign this summer to else is on the group. they told us they would not be releasing those names. they told us they would keep us posted if and when they do. we know how much sh
MSNBC
Sep 28, 2012 6:00pm PDT
those two cities. one abortion rights advocate says she making connections in other states outside arizona where she might have to start sending women who need abortions across state lines. abortion is like but when you have to -- in texas where women also face a forced ultrasound, women are crossing the border into mexico to buy drugs they hope will end their pregnancies from unlicensed pharmacists and unregulated pharmacies. one mexican pharmacist who has been selling a drug over the counter says he's heard of girls hemorrhaging after using that drug saying, quote, i try my best to explain the consequences but there's only so much i can do. another pharmacist saying it sells, that's the problem. i just say you might have problems later. in texas, in other words, the back alley abortions of the days before roe v. wade are back. they just happen to involved unregulated pharmaceuticals instead of coat hangers. and in arizona women are mobilizing to shuttle patients out of state to get access to abortion. and in mississippi and virginia, abortion clinics are in danger of shutting dow
MSNBC
Sep 28, 2012 1:00am PDT
city makes plans for the world's largest ferris wheel. good morning. those stories and more is straight ahead. this is "first look" on
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